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Best-Practice Instruction in Birdville ISD. Crysten Caviness Curriculum Management Specialist Birdville ISD. Best-Practice Instruction. Objectives. Explanation Game. BISD Alignment Model. BISD Learning Platform. BISD Learning Platform. STUDENT- CENTERED. COGNITIVE.

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Best-Practice Instruction in Birdville ISD

Crysten Caviness

Curriculum Management Specialist

Birdville ISD


Best-Practice Instruction


Objectives


Explanation Game


BISD Alignment Model


BISD Learning Platform


BISD Learning Platform


STUDENT-

CENTERED

COGNITIVE

challenging authentic

reflective constructivist

expressive developmental

experiential holistic

Standards

INTERACTIVE

collaborative sociable

democratic


Student-Centered

The focus is on what STUDENTS do, not what the teacher is doing. It is about the LEARNING.

Students will be involved in more authentic tasks that are challenging and provide experiences that lead to holistic learning.


Cognitive

This is about the RIGOR - higher-order, conceptual learning.

This represents the THINKING required by the standards. Learning causes students to construct their thinking according to their developmental stage.

When they can reflect upon and express this, their thinking is made visible and teachers can better assess their levels of cognition to determine necessary scaffolding.


Interactive

This is about the dynamics and structures of the class, as well as the locus of control.

Teachers empower students to be more accountable for their own learning and provide opportunities for sociable collaboration that allows students to interact not only with each other, but with their own learning.


Learning expectations for students


Feedback based on student performance


Authentic Student Tasks and Products


Best-practice strategies and structures

Robert Marzano and John Hattie have both done extensive work in determining what effect certain teaching strategies and structures have on learning.

How much do we know about these best-practice strategies and structures?


Best Practices

Average Percentile Point Gains on Student Achievement Tests


Advance Organizer


How did this strategy push my thinking?

What processes did I go through in my brain throughout the activity?

How could I use this to advance student learning in my classroom?


5 Out of 9

We have already. . .


Setting Objectives& Providing Feedback


Cooperative Learning


Generating & Testing Hypotheses


Generating & Testing Hypotheses


Questions, Cues &Advance Organizers


Questions, Cues &Advance Organizers


IdentifyingSimilarities and Differences


IdentifyingSimilarities and Differences


Identifying Similarities and Differences


Identifying Similarities and Differences


How did this strategy push my thinking?

What processes did I go through in my brain throughout the activity?

How could I use this to advance student learning in my classroom?


Valuable Homework and Practice


Increasing Value in Homework and Practice

Let’s Discuss!


Non-Linguistic Representations


Recommendations:

Non Linguistic Representations

Non-Linguistic Representations


Non Linguistic Representations

Non-Linguistic Representations

Use Graphic Organizers to:


Using Non-Linguistic Representations

Identifying similarities and differences

Using non-linguistic representations

Questions, cues and advance organizers

Reinforcing effort and providing recognition

Increasing value in homework and practice

Generating and testing hypotheses

Setting objectives and providing feedback

Incorporating cooperative learning effectively

Summarizing and note-taking


How did this strategy push my thinking?

What processes did I go through in my brain throughout the activity?

How could I use this to advance student learning in my classroom?


Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition


Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition

Recommendations:


Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition


Summarizing and Note Taking


Summarizing

Recommendations


Note Taking


Note Taking

Recommendations


Headlines


Advance Organizer


How did this strategy push my thinking?

What processes did I go through in my brain throughout the activity?

How could I use this to advance student learning in my classroom?


Best-Practice Teaching


Best Practices

We hit them all!


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